Author: Dr Pippa Murray
Increasingly public services are waking up to the need to let families lead - not abandoning them, not burdening them - but building the right kind of supportive relationships that let families control their own destiny with respectful support. This discussion paper by Pippa Murray is a product of our Personalised Transition programme and reflects practical learning across Yorkshire & Humber.
Read and download the free pdf in your browser here.
The publisher is the Centre for Welfare Reform.
Developing Family Leadership © Pippa Murray 2011.
All Rights Reserved. No part of this paper may be reproduced in any form without permission from the publisher except for the quotation of brief passages in reviews.
Pippa Murray argues that the current education system discriminates against disabled people and suggests amendments to current policy.
Pippa Murray makes the case for an integrated Personalised Pathway to enable disabled children and their families to take control of health, education and care funding.
An evaluation of a new and radical policy innovation in Sheffield which gives young people with disabilities and their families a totally new level of control over their life after school.
Simon Duffy and Clare Hyde explain how WomenCentre achieves its astonishing outcomes and explore the difficulties faced by innovative organisations in the welfare system.
Simon Duffy talks about Family Leadership and the inspiring work of Dr Pippa Murray.
Pippa Murray of ibk initiatives describes how the key to real empowerment lies within - in the human spirit.
Pippa Murray summarises the main things you need to do to help families plan for themselves and disabled family members.
A film about Pippa Murray's work to make family leadership authentic, building on real wealth and strengthening the human spirit.